In this post, we list some resources that have been helpful for us and share our own strategies for coping with coronavirus.
When I was pregnant with my first child in 2008, the nurse who taught our pregnancy class recommended that we use Dreft detergent. One of her reasons was that they don’t strip clothes of their flame retardants. At which point, I raised my hand and asked, “but don’t we want to avoid flame-retardant exposures?” Consider … Continue reading Are we worried about flame retardants?
We often hear that “We’re sicker than we’ve ever been before”. But is this true? This article looks at whether there are more cases of cancer.
Do these cold remedies really work? Are they safe? This post reviews remedies including elderberry syrup, honey, and vitamin D, as well as over-the-counter drugs.
In this introduction to e-cigarettes, we answer questions about vaping, who uses e-cigarettes, the chemicals in e-cigarettes, and potential risks.
Is it safe to drink coffee while breastfeeding? If so, how much coffee can you drink? This post explores these questions.
So, your kid is trans, and you have some questions. Or, maybe you just suspect your kid is trans, and you have some questions. In this post, written by guest writer Ada McVean, we'll try to answer some of your questions.
Many parents are wary of vaccines due to understandable concerns about our healthcare. However, these concerns should not give parents a blank check to avoid vaccinating. This post explores why.
Be prepared for the summer with a SciMoms guide to sunscreen and sun protection!
In this installment of "Are We Worried," we look at news stories reporting that organic apples offer far more diverse gut bacteria than conventionally-grown apples.